Liverpool – Liverpool striker, Raheem Sterling, recently claimed to understand the meaning of satire leveled the Reds coach, Brendan Rodgers, after searching on Google.
Satire Rodgers leveled the match after Liverpool’s Sterling contra Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday (08/31/2014), which ended 3-0.
In the game, Sterling actually look good. British player has scored one goal and several times pegerakannya complicate the opponent’s defense.
But, Sterling failed to capitalize on a golden opportunity he gets in the 71st minute. At that time, Sterling past three opposing players and kicking the ball from a distance of about two meters in front of goal.
Unfortunately, the kick is very weak Sterling and easily secured Spurs goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris. No doubt, Rodgers immediately provide satire. Former Swansea coach was calling Sterling dribble past Spurs players like Ricky Villa but the settlement eventually like Ricky Gervais.
Sterling did not understand the satire Rodgers. After looking for two names Ricky on Google, then he understands the intent of the coach.
“I do not understand what the coach said and I immediately typed the two names (on Google). So, I now know what he meant,” said Sterling, reported the Daily Mail.
“He joked about it and said I was like a baby kick. He teased me, but the final settlement is one of the things I want to fix. Hopefully next time I can score two goals,” the 19-year-old player closes.
Ricky Villa is a former Tottenham Hotspur player from Argentina, while Ricky Gervais is a British comedian.